The new Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) reflects the natural and urban landscape of Miami and responds to the city’s rapid growth as a cultural destination.
Herzog & de Meuron
Parrish Art Museum references the vernacular architecture of the East End, to emphasize the relationship of art to nature, and to be flexible and welcoming.
The Museum der Kulturen Basel dates back to the middle of the nineteenth century. Replacing the Augustinian monastery on the Münsterhügel the classicist building by architect Melchior Berri opened in 1849.
The new stadium, with more than 43,000 seats, will offer quality and flexibility to organize major events that will contribute to the cultural influence of Bordeaux, the city and the region. The dimensions of the field will also allow the organization of national and international rugby matches.
The nature of Lincoln Road was the one source of inspiration for the architecture of the car park, its being connected to the massive, closed Suntrust office building the other.
A series of spatial surprises, a "secret world," with a suggestive, almost labyrinthine character.
Much of today's Plaza de España and the cargo docks of the Muelle de Enlace is reclaimed land anchored in the steep drop of the Atlantic Coast. Anything that is constructed there is essentially an additional crust, a new layer superimposed on what is for the most part landfill.
The 57-story residential building is located at the intersection of Church Street and Leonard Street in the Tribeca Historic District of downtown Manhattan.
Few museum projects anywhere have as much potential for great success as the new Miami Art Museum; already an international arts destination, with a unique role as a crossroads of North and South America.
The surprising sculptural aspect of the Caixa Forum's silhouette reflects the roofscape of the surrounding buildings.
The triangular blue concrete building, conceived as a sponge saturated with water, blends with the sky and the Mediterranean Sea.
Constructed of warm, natural materials, including copper, stone, wood and glass, the new de Young blends into and complement its surroundings.
Laban is located in south-east London, on the edge of Deptford Creek, surrounded by decaying blocks of council flats, scrapyards, and derelict industrial warehouses.